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Can't take photo's

Just recieved a camera as a gift. Took a few photo's now it is saying memory full. I formated the memory like I do with my other camera. And now getting memory full. Help I would like to use it.

At one point I could take up to 49 pictures, nw memory full after 4 pictures.

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Re: can't take photo's

If you are shooting on the internal memory, it sounds like the image quality setting has been changed from a low to a higher quality setting. This might account for the reuction in amount of images stored.

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Re: can't take photo's

There should be 2 settings, 1 for internal memory, 1 for external (card) memory. Internal memory is always low, especially if camera is set to high quality photos so only a few can be taken. check your settings on picture quality.

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